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Elon Musk made a robot mistake with Model 3 production

Tesla counted too much on automation to boost Model 3 production, Elon Musk has admitted, with the automaker pulling out some of the tech the outspoken CEO had not long ago been praising. The automaker has been a voracious early-adopter of robotic production methods, with Musk suggesting before that the end result would be mechanized car construction so fast you’d … Continue reading

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Apple leak memo leaks with threats of firing and worse

Apple has warned potential leakers that they’ll face legal repercussions, instructing its staff not to leak in a memo… that promptly leaked. The threat of criminal charges came in the aftermath of a huge leak last year, where prematurely-shared software revealed details about the iPhone X which, at the time, was still the stuff of widespread rumor and speculation

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HD Vinyl coming next year to capitalize on nostalgia

Who said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks or old media new features. Austrian startup Rebeat is certainly trying to prove it isn’t the case

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Firefox for iOS now has Tracking Protection enabled by default

There is a great deal of focus being put on privacy lately thanks to the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, but the social network is hardly the only culprit. Countless websites track users’ online activity, mostly for ads, and web browsers often help them in exchange for a cut. Mozilla has always prided itself on not being beholden to such a business … Continue reading

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Android Messages for Web setup process is nearly complete

Google might be criticized for having a confusing array of messaging services but it is at least doing one thing right. It is giving most of them equal features so you won’t have to be jealous over another service or app. Then again, that could also make choosing between them even harder

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Facebook Shadow Profiles: The 5 things you need to know

Today Mark Zuckerberg publicly denied knowledge of the term “Shadow Profile” at a congressional hearing. Zuckerberg did not deny knowledge of the definition of Facebook’s shadow profiles, but he did attempt to cut ties between the definition and the commonly-known name for the subject. Today we’ve got a quick primer on the Facebook-made Shadow Profile

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Android phones may not be as secure as they claim

Your Android phone may not be on the level when it tells you it’s up to date on software, with security researchers warning that even device-makers releasing relatively timely updates could in fact be missing out security updates. Over the past few years, Google has pushed its OEM partners like smartphone manufacturers to be more aggressive with their updates, but … Continue reading

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Apple HomePod sales are more than just disappointing

You can only spin a bad thing so much before reality sinks in. Apple has been positioning the HomePod as less of a smart speaker and more of a high-quality speaker that just happens to have just a little smarts. While there’s no arguing that point, it doesn’t seem to be syncing with consumers at all.

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Atlas 4K Chromebook might also be a detachable

Google seems to be pretty busy shaping up Chrome OS to be a bigger threat to its rivals than ever before. After the first Chromebook tablet, the Acer Chromebook Tab 10, came the first detachable Chromebook, the HP Chromebook x2 pictured above

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HP Pavilion lineup brings power for both work and play

HP’s Pavilion brand has always prided itself for offering great performance at great value. However, it has mostly been limited to notebooks and desktops for regular everyday use

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